Kelly Clarkson recorded six new songs for her "Greatest Hits" album, however, only three made the cut. Here, she previews the "fantastic" leftovers: "There's one that actually sounds a little more for country radio or could be for pop; it's just kind of a really beautifully written singer-songwriter song. One sounds like David Bowie meets U2, and the other sounds like a 2012 version of En Vogue. They're all over the map, so we really don't know what we're gonna do with the next project."
Digital-only "Glee" album "Britney 2.0" arrives with 11,000 at No. 43; Nelly Furtado makes a low-key debut at No. 79; Kreayshawn finally arrives with her debut album "Somethin' 'Bout Kreay," selling 4,000 copies; Madonna continues to climb on the Billboard 200 after it reentered the tally a week ago, thanks to her U.S. tour; and more.
The Court of Appeals of Tennessee in Nashville on Tuesday upheld a November 2011 Chancery Court ruling that denied Curb Record’s request for a preliminary injunction that would prevent Tim McGraw from signing with another record company.